Reform in Britain (1815-1848)

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As conditions for the working class worsened in industrialized Britain in the early 19th century, Karl Marx predicted that the British workers would rise up in a violent proletarian revolution. …

As conditions for the working class worsened in industrialized Britain in the early 19th century, Karl Marx predicted that the British workers would rise up in a violent proletarian revolution. However, this was not to be, as Parliament embraced modest reforms to curb some of the most flagrant economic and social ills facing the nation at the time. Topics Covered include rotten boroughs, the Chartists, and the Corn Laws

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